Sullivan, Klocke & Williamson are skilled Paternity Attorneys in North Texas
When a baby is born, the state of Texas considers the birth mother the child’s legal mother.
She automatically has custody rights to her baby. However, if the child is born out of wedlock, the state does not necessarily consider the male partner the legal father. To enforce his rights, the father must establish paternity.
Without establishing paternity, a mother does not have the right to seek child support and the father does not have the right to custody or visitation. At Sullivan, Klocke & Williamson we can assist you if you need to determine paternity. Then, we will uphold your rights and help you get the solutions you need, from financial support to custody and visitation.